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Send Stacey & Juan-Pierre to SA Chess Championships

Send Stacey & Juan-Pierre to SA Chess Championships

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My name is Anjalise Biggs. I am a teacher at Petunia Secondary School in Heidedal, Bloemfontein. I am raising funds for a learner who plays chess in my school, as well as her little brother. They need financial assistance in order to compete in the SA Chess Championships.

I am raising funds for Stacey Shariff, a grade 8 learner in my school and her little brother, Juan-Pierre Shariff who is in Joe Solomon primary school. They have been chosen to represent the Free State in the South African Chess Championships in Gauteng during January 2020.

Each player must pay R6100 to compete. Stacey and Juan-Pierre's family do not have the means to pay for them. I would really like to make their dream a reality. Read the newspaper article below:
https://www.bloemfonteincourant.co.za/chess-championship-trials-for-bfn-student/

We need to pay the deposit money by end of August.

Cost is set by the SA Chess Championship organizers at R6100 per learner and it will cover accommodation, transport and meals.

Stacey and Juan-Pierre are growing up in a relatively poor community and without your donation, they won't be able to compete in the SA Chess Championships. Their family cannot afford to pay for their participation. By donating, you are helping to make two young chess players dream a reality.

The funds will be going to Stacey and Juan-Pierre's mother Melony Shariff, who will then pay the fee to the relevant organizers.

Donations

  • Aug 09, 2019 - USD $ 7.00
  • "Make us proud " - Anon

  • Aug 09, 2019 - R 205.64
  • "Have fun, God Bless" - Anonymous

  • Aug 07, 2019 - USD $ 10.35
  • "Blessings to you!" - Cecilia Blane Darden

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Statistics

Donations to date

R 465.45

Fundraising target

R 12 200.00
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I am raising funds for Stacey Shariff, a  grade 8 learner in my school and her little brother, Juan-Pierre Shariff who is in Joe Solomon primary school. They have been chosen to represent the Free State in the South African Chess Championships in Gauteng during January 2020.